Topic: Submarine Force
Royal Australian Navy Deputy Director Maritime Exercises, Commander Iain Hutchins, RAN, welcomes attendees to the Maritime Operations Working Group (MOWG) for 2019 held at Fremantle.
Navy played host to a number of Indonesian Navy members recently when a Maritime Operations Working Group was held in Western Australia.
Published on February 04, 2019 by CPOCISSM Anthony O’Riley (author), LSIS Richard Cordell (photographer)
Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Submarine sailors Madalynne Currell, Mitchell Jones (right) and Bradley Webber all took part in the Industry Outplacement Program.
Last year was a revolutionary one for the Royal Australian Navy in the field of submarine communications.
(L-R) RAN officer Chaplain Franco Siani, RAN; Canadian Submarine Association member, Richard Duff; Royal Canadian Navy officer Lieutenant Commander Craig Piccolo, RCN; National President of the Submarine Association Australia, Commodore Robert Trotter, OAM, RAN (retd); RAN officer Commander Daniel LeRaye, RAN; and Submarine Association Australia WA Branch President, Terry Baker, on completion of the 2018 Remembrance Day service at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle.
Submarine Force officers and sailors turned out in force recently for a Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Western Australian Maritime Museum.
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN (left), presents Lieutenant Commander Guy Burton (centre) with his Federation Star for 40 years of naval service, with Chris Burton (right), during HMAS Stirling's 40th anniversary celebrations held at the Sir James Stirling Mess, Garden Island, Western Australia.
Receiving the highly coveted Federation Star is a milestone in anyone’s career, and on Friday 29 July, Lieutenant Commander Guy Burton, RAN was presented with his Federation Star by Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN at HMAS
Stirling, the home of the Submarine Force in Rockingham, Western Australia.
Members from the Safety Cells at 25 Squadron RAAF Pearce and Submarine Force Headquarters HMAS Stirling will meet at regular intervals to share information and support each other in promoting a positive Safety Culture for their organisations.
Sharing your knowledge and experience is imperative in managing safety and risk. It encourages transparency, discussion, and involvement, which in turn encourages an overall proactive approach to safety within the workplace.
Published on April 02, 2018 by Mr Andrew Bujdegan (author), ABIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
Submarine Force Chaplain Franco Siani on the casing of a Collins Class Submarine at HMAS Stirling.
The Navy’s Submarine Force Chaplain has returned to the role after several years away providing capability to a variety of units within the RAN.
Published on April 06, 2018 by Mr Andrew Bujdegan (author), ABIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
Mrs Margaret McDonald in her new 'gopher' mobility scooter, presented by Mr Steve Danaher of Legacy in cooperation with members of the Royal Australian Navy, from left, Commander Tony Ashley, Able Seaman Maritime Logistics Supply Chain Ashleigh Egan, Submarine Force Command Warrant Officer Justin Moore, Submarine Force Chaplain Franco Siani and Able Seaman Acoustic Warfare Submarines Analyst Kelly Thomson, at Amana Living - Wearne House in Dudley Park, Western Australia.
Navy’s Submarine Force have joined Perth Legacy to assist with the presentation of a war widow’s new mobility scooter.
Director Training Authority Submarines, Commander Dylan Findlater, RAN, and the youngest member of the Submarine Training and Systems Centre (STSC), Seaman Electronic Warfare Kale Vassallo, cut a commemorative cake with four of the original staff members at a morning tea for the 25th Anniversary of the opening of STSC at HMAS Stirling. From left: Mr Des Byrne, Mr Brian Graves, Seaman Electronic Warfare Kale Vassallo, Director Training Authority-Submarines, Commander Dylan Findlater, RAN, Ms Wendy Jackson and Mr Daryl McIntyre.
Staff and special guests have joined together at the Submarine Training and Systems Centre (STSC), HMAS
Stirling, Western Australia to celebrate 25 years of delivering training to the Submarine Force.
Prototype of the submarine accommodation capsules (SAC) that can be stored in similar fashion as torpedos ready for trials.
A group of Royal Australian Navy submariners have developed an innovative solution to providing temporary accommodation onboard submarines.
Published on March 25, 2018 by LEUT Gary McHugh (author), ABIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, presents Chief Petty Officer John Farrell with a Federation Star in recognition of 40 years of service in the Royal Australian Navy, at a ceremony attended by the Submarine Training and Systems Centre staff and faculty at HMAS Stirling, Garden Island.
Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, took time out of his visit to Fleet Base West recently to recognise one member’s 40 years’ service in the Royal Australian Navy.